|Project:||The Fire Station Auditorium, Sunderland|
|Products:||Lexicomm Network disabled refuge system, including integrated emergency assistance alarm.
I’ve known Jeremy Kirkup from Vox Ignis for the best part of 30 years.
Prior to Vox Ignis, we weren’t actively looking for a new supplier, however once we were introduced to its products and had installed the equipment on one of our projects, we decided to make the company our nominated preference for all of our developments.
Their team are really easy to deal with and they really go above and beyond to deliver a better service, which provides a much better customer experience compared to some of the larger, global companies.
As for the products, they are easy to use and install. At site level, the wiring is straight forward, and we have received a lot of positive feedback from onsite employees around the equipment, it is also easy to commission.
About the project
The £11 million Auditorium at the Fire Station is a new live music and events venue in the heart of Sunderland city centre, developed by the Music, Arts and Culture (MAC) Trust.
Officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales in 2018, the project forms a key component in the masterplan for the city’s Music and Cultural Quarter, built around the refurbished Dun Cow pub and the recently renovated adjacent Engine Room at the Fire Station.
“To anyone thinking of purchasing Vox Ignis products for a project, you should definitely try it out, you won’t be disappointed.”